The recent goings-on at Uber have CEO Travis Kalanick looking for someone to shoulder the burden.
Just a few days after Kalanick said he would seek out some help with leadership, tech news site The Information is reporting that Kalanick plans to appoint a number two executive to assist in making major decisions for the troubled ride-sharing service.
The report comes amid tumultuous times at Uber. Investors Mitch Kapor and Freada Kapor Klein recently called the company’s corporate culture “toxic” and “destructive.” And a former female engineer has raised allegations of inappropriate behavior and sexual harassment at Uber.
Alphabet Inc.’s Waymo, a driverless car rival of Uber’s, has sued the company for stealing some of its technology (Uber denies the charges) and competitor Lyft announced plans to raise $500 million to expand its U.S. reach.
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SOURCE: USA Today, Mike Snider